Reminiscences of Georgina Sime (1868-1858) - British writer who spent many years in Canada and is thus sometimes considered a Canadian. She came of a well-known Scottish family (the Wilsons), including second cousin Margaret Oliphant and uncle Sir Daniel Wilson. These reminiscences include "Recollections of Mrs Oliphant". Sime's close friend Frank Carr Nicholson was Librarian of the University of Edinburgh from 1910 to 1939. He was editor and collaborator for much of her work. This book was privately printed in 1952.
A thesis by K. Jane Watt which is a biography and retrospective on Georgina Sime is available for download on the University of Alberta's website. Passing Out of Memory: Georgina Sime and the Politics of Recuperation: